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The Nazi Roots Of Modern Radical Islam

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Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), Dec 10, 2005 at 13:50

Though much is being made about radicalizes converts to Islam I have seen little about the historical connections between Radical Islam and the extremists of both the left and the right. I find it interesting the amount of information that has been over looked or seemingly ignored which I think would be useful in determining the possible trajectory of future events.

From what I have personally observed and heard in my goings about in the world it seems that Israel and the Jews are a common target for the enmity of extremists on both the left and the right. It is not so far fetched a notion in my mind as to consider the possibility of an operating agreement between such groups as The Christian Unity Movement and The Aryan Nation and alQuaida.

Though such an agreement between the two elements I have noted may not yet have been registered, still the operating agenda is in all circumstances, the same, the destruction of the State of Isreal and the eradication of the Jewish people.

I am aware of the WW2 connection between Hitler and Haj Mohamed Amin al Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and also of Achmed Huber and his involvements. What suprises me is that so little is said in the documentaries on the History Channel or in the news services concerning the operations and involvements of these and other players in the game.

Surely, I think,. it would be both interesting and useful to bring these individuals and their involvements to light in our writings and discussions on terrorism.

I have seen the Arabic translations of Mein Kampf that have been circulating amongst the Palestinians. They can be easily obtained in Cairo and Alexandria. I have also heard it refered to as Mein Jihad. Considering the involvements between The Grand Mufti and the Nazi party and the actions of Achmed Huber in recent years with the Arab League and the Muslim Brotherhood as well as the Bathists in both Syria and Iraq, it would seem only natural to draw the conclusion that there is an ongoing and presently operating collusion in the agendas of both the Islamic extremists and elements of the radical right in both Europe and America.

I am not so clear in my own thinking about the connection between the Islamists and the left, though I know it exists given the traditionally endemic antiSemitism of the Stalinists, that is still a factor to be considered in Russian politics. I have found it to be blatantly obvious here in America amongst the "Bush Is The AntiChrist" crowd of Move On Dot Org and the Hollywood set.

Much of the rhetoric I have been hearing seems to be taken from the book of Joseph Goebbels. At least the tactics and strategy of the propagandists on thier behalf bears the Goebbels mark. I would consider many in the present antiwar movement as potential converts to radicalism in the service of Islamic extremism if not actual converts to Islam. Certainly, the African American community bears watching, especially in the prison system. There have been many instances of inroads being made by the purveyors of Radical Islam into the prisons here in this country, all being carried out under the premise of religious freedom. But I don't think I have to tell you any of this as you are probably aware of most of what I have been writing about here.

What I would like to see, I think, is a more open discussion and sharing of information and a greater effort being made to publicize the information that we do have both on the television and in the print media. Far too much is being kept under the rug in this matter and it will do us little good to allow this situation to continue.

Seamus MacNemi
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Tali Fahima - prominent Israeli leftist has converted to Islam [79 words]AmirJun 19, 2010 16:05174564
Someone should answer these questions from Islamic nor non-Islamic perspective [151 words]Kurt BaskingMar 12, 2010 01:35170004
these violent converts to islam show that it is not " poverty " that drives muslims to bomb and kill, but it is simply hate that drives them... 2010 . mar. [205 words]Phil GreendMar 11, 2010 16:22169987
The EXCEPTION to the RULE [212 words]mariaha_14Apr 8, 2009 14:17153593
The Exception to the Rule [122 words]JimMar 11, 2010 13:53153593
Source of Info [38 words]E.ThompkinsJul 1, 2008 10:45134065
unfortunately [241 words]some muslim...May 18, 2006 18:1345909
what is the meaning of this story? [15 words]G.VishvasMar 11, 2010 09:2945909
Further Converts to Islam Connected to Terrorism [68 words]Al RaczkowskiDec 21, 2005 13:3830363
I agree [24 words]FredSep 27, 2006 05:5630363
Others as terrorist converts.. [109 words]J.S.Dec 19, 2005 16:3330209
The Nazi Roots Of Modern Radical Islam [635 words]Seamus MacNemiDec 10, 2005 13:5029746
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Defense of Pipes position [175 words]William SycamoreDec 8, 2005 11:0529648
Islam; a religion filled with terror [203 words]David GilchristDec 8, 2005 08:4929643
Threat to the west [32 words]Vilhem the magnificentMar 12, 2010 05:5929643
Converts to Islam [156 words]Lynne SchultzDec 7, 2005 23:2829625

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